Conte rubbishes Chelsea exit rumors, clarifies position regarding happiness and future

Antonio Conte

Getty Antonio Conte recently revealed he was homesick

"Last season was very hard for my wife because she divided her life between Italy to stay with our daughter and me in London".

Conte himself, however, has poured cold water over rumours about his future, claiming he is committed to Chelsea and enjoying life living in London.

'But I always say our job is very hard and it is very unusual because one day you are the best and another day you stay at your home'.

Even this early in the season Antonio Conte, who is reportedly growing unhappy at Chelsea, has been heavily linked with a move to Milan. My daughter is going to school here in Cobham'.

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"This season I am very happy because they are with me, my daughter and wife and for us it is a fantastic experience".

Conte has begun driving himself since returning to London this summer after travelling to and from training with one of his assistant coaches last season, and he said the presence of his wife and daughter has allowed him to broaden his experience of England.

Conte has issued a passionate retort to reports linking him with the AC Milan after a translated issue reported him as being "homesick". "We lived very close and we preferred to go [to Cobham] together every day with the vehicle, and after training I preferred to stay at home or take a taxi to go to a restaurant".

He stated: "I think that, from two weeks I am reading wrong things". I have two years on my contract with Chelsea to go and I'm happy to work for this club, with my players and I like to work with my players.

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"You know very well my position".

"Every coach, when they start, they work with the club and hope they will stay for a long time and build something important".

"I like to have these great feelings with our fans and I don't see a problem but sometimes we want to create this type of situation".

"When you write something it is important to write the truth".

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